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they're just like us. kind of. kind of. the cameras catching bit of a funny moment between president obama and bill clinton after the funeral, of course, of former israeli president shimon peres. it was a very serious moment. look at what was happening as they were trying to get back home. some say frustrated president obama. he is standing in the doorway of air force one, prepared to take off. he was waiting for bill clinton, though. look at him. he has already taken his blazer off. >> ready to go. >> he is ready to go. and saying come on, hurry up. >> i didn't know this but apparently bill clinton has a history of being late. i didn't know that. >> he finally made his way obviously on to air force one there. they did touch down statewide at
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joint base andrews yesterday evening. >> oh, my goodness. >> you know, we go to sleep on a friday night. we think we know what we're talking about on saturday morning and then things happen overnight. >> yes. let's get to those. next hour starts right now. we've been waiting for you. good morning on this saturday i'm kristie paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. your new day starts right now. >> i do cherish women. i love women. >> who gets up at 3:00 a.m. in the morning to engage in a twitter attack against a former miss universe? >> working that microphone was a hell of a lot more difficult than working crooked hillary clinton. >> and i'll say it again, a man who can be provoked by a tweet should not be anywhere near the nuclear codes. ♪ all right, donald trump in the battleground state of pennsylvania today. and according to the latest cnn poll, he is statistically tied
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there with clinton. now, of course, this comes as he is ramping up attacks on clinton, telling the new york times and this is a quote -- she's nasty, but i can be nastier. threaten to bring up her husband's sex scandals while not answering questions about his own infidelities. adult video from playboy from tuesday here includes an appearance by donald trump but that's the appearance right there, pouring champagne on a playboy limo. there was no sexual activity or nudity in the clip that he was involved in. in the meantime, his poll numbers are down after a less than stellar performance at the debate. he is trailing hillary clinton in a new fox news poll actually 43 to 40% with a 3% margin of error, so they're statistically tied and in three other polls this week he is down as well. >> those numbers for hillary clinton still being some say dragged down from third party candidates attracting some of those millennials, but will this last, especially after what's
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been painful month for the libertarian ticket. let's bring in michael smerconish host of cnn's aply named smerconish. good morning to you. >> how you? >> i'm doing well, thanks. it's october. september was not good for the johnson/well ticket. i want to remind our viewers of two moments of punctuation in the campaign. let's watch. >> what would you do if you were elected about aleppo? >> about aleppo? and what is aleppo? >> you're kidding. >> no. >> aleppo is in syria. >> who is your favorite foreign leader. >> who is my favorite -- >> any one of the continents, any country, name one foreign leerd you respect and look up to. anybody. >> mine was shimon peres. >> i'm talking about living. you have to do this, anywhere,
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asia, south america, africa, name a foreign leader that you respect. >> i guess i'm having an aleppo moment in the former president of mexico. >> i'm giving you the whole world. >> i know. >> so after those two gaffes in september, michael, how does he hold on to the support that he has? does he ever get on to a debate stage? >> well, i think we should also point out that this was a week and first of all, victor, those two remarks or lack of remarks are inexcusable for someone who is running for president. but on balance, was it really that bad of a week for the libertarian ticket? they picked up unprecedented newspaper editorial support. the detroit news and "the chicago tribune" both this week came out and said, we're for gary johnson and bill well and they were full-throated endorsements. they were endorsements that regarded these two individuals as men of principle. so i don't think that they fade any time soon, but the answer to your second question, do they
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get on the debate stage, there's just no sign that they're getting to the requisite 15%. bill weld is not going to get to the stage on tuesday night whether gary johnson can show up in the second or third presidential debate remains to be seen. i can tell you, i discussed these two things on the radio this week and i framed the question as whether either is a disqualifier. and i heard from people, radio callers, who would say to me, wait a minute f donald trump's failure to release his tax returns isn't a disqualifier, if fbi director james comey saying that hillary clinton was extremely careless about her e-mails wasn't a disqualifier, why should either of these be a disqualifier? >> not being able to name a single world leader and as chris matthews said there, you can go anywhere, any world leader you choose. let me play one other moment from bill weld that i think people are paying attention to as well and then we'll talk -- >> i'm not sure anybody is more qualified than hillary clinton
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to be president of the united states. >> so there is another gaffe that is getting some attention, but i want to ask you what some people have discussed. would this be a stronger ticket if the order were switched, bill weld were the top and garpry johnson entered as vp. >> i'm not sure the last clip was a gaffe. i think that any objective observer looking at resumes alone would have to say that hillary, among all three of these candidates meaning gary johnson, donald trump as well as herself is on paper the most qualified. i don't think that that would cause him to then say therefore she needs to be president. but i'm going to ask him that question in the next hour when he is my guest. so i think that's a point that needs to be kept in mind. >> all right, michael smerconish, looking forward to that interview with bill weld. thanks, michael. >> thank you, victor. donald trump is ramping up attacks against hillary clinton,
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it seems. he told "the new york times" he is planning to unnerve clinton by bringing up her husband's past indiscretions. so, talk to us about what donald trump told the times. >> yeah. he had a lot to say after what's been a really bad week for donald trump. remember, there was that lackluster debate performance, the allegations he called a former miss universe miss piggy, all getting bad headlines dogging donald trump, putting him on the defensive essentially. in this interview with the new york times yesterday, trump tried to get back on the offense, calling hillary clinton nasty but adding he could be nastier. he was also saying he would rethinking supporting clinton if she wins. he would absolutely support her. now he is saying, we're going to have to wait and see. so, trump also opening up a new line of attack on clinton for what he says was her role in her husband's sex scandals. he told "the new york times" this -- he said, quote, hillary
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clinton was married to the single greatest abuser of women in the history of politics. hillary was an enabler and attacked the women who bill clinton mistreated afterward. that's a serious problem for them and something that i'm considering talking about in the near future. so after a bad debate performance in a week of self inflicted injuries, trump back on the attack here trying to reverse some of those poll numbers that you showed earlier that have him maybe going in the wrong direction. >> i asked earlier what of our analysts i think it was errol lewis if there's anybody in donald trump's ear who can help him shift course here. and it seems that we are hearing from some of donald trump's supporters and advisers but they're speaking publicly and being quite critical, aren't they? >> well, that's right. we've seen some advisers speaking on background and unanimously after that debate saying maybe he should have practiced more, shame him into it. in fact, they're talking about maybe it will bring chris christie into the inner circle
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to overhaul that debate practice because he is a guy who can speak brutally honestly. but here is what newt gingrich had to say about donald trump's performance this week -- >> i think what trump's got to understand is he's got to learn a new song. i've got to be president. they're not the same song. he's got to become much more disciplined. for a while there i thought he had really turned a corner. this last week i think has been frankly a lost week, a week which has hurt him and shaken his own supporters. and you can't tweet at 3:00 a.m. in the morning. >> so there newt gingrich being very blunt with what he saw as the problems this week for donald trump. we'll see if donald trump heeds that advice. >> thank you so much, chris. >> you're welcome. >> good to see you. >> so three days away from the vice presidential debate. we're breaking down what is at stake. the strategies, the candidates, everybody is talking. we've got our political panel coming up next talking about it. plus, two sisters described
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as healthy adventurous and out to experience life to the fullest. mysteriously found dead in their luxury seychelles hotel room. we are following the latest on that investigation. extra strong to avoid rips and tears. be happy, it's glad.
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and you feel good about your smile. it's such a wonderful combination, it's pro enamel, it's good for your enamel, it's a positive thing. tim kaine and mike pence hunkering down this weekend as they get ready to face off for the vice presidential debate in just three days. the one and only for the two. >> the one and only. and both of them will have a tough task defending their respective presidential candidates you might say, their job is a little bit harder this time around than even the candidates. >> so let's talk about it. we have with us this morning scotty nel hughes and simone sanders. it's good to have both of you. >> nice to be here. >> you're welcome. >> the question is how do these two candidates who were -- when they were brought on back in july were seen as very likable guys by their respective parties, the bases of each defend candidates who are
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respectively, according to the polls, highly distrusted and disliked. i want to start with you simone. >> well, you know, i think for tim kaine, he's a very likable guy. everyone that knows tim kaine in the senate from the republicans and the democrats love him. he is beloved in virginia, so i think his likability will come across easily on stage and he's going to have to talk specifically about policies. when it comes to mike pence, mike pence has to answer for some of these outrageous things that donald trump has said. i know standing next to donald trump, mike pence might seem like an angel but we have to remember that this is the same man that waged war on the lbgtq community in indiana. that will come up on tuesday. >> scotty? >> what we'll see tuesday night is that debate of policy. but unfortunately thanks to hillary clinton, we didn't get to have the -- it was more like junior high. both were governors. both served in congress. i think the democrats and tim kaine will have a hard time right now talking about
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obamacare, which is very important and for affordable health care considering we had two more states, 17 of 23, including tennessee, this is something they're bragging about. they'll talk about tim kaine how he pushed in virginia for one of the largest tax increases in 40 years within that state. so the democrats and tim kaine have to answer for policy where maybe last week we dealt more with personal issues, we'll see a little more about the policy and the differences between the two campaigns tuesday night. >> so you're both forecasting a policy discussion. i want to listen to what the candidates have said in recent weeks about matters aside from policy, especially race. let's watch. >> yesterday, hillary clinton called out donald trump on equality idea, calling him out on the fact that he has supporters like david duke connected with the ku klux klan going around saying donald trump is their candidate because donald trump is pushing their
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values. ku klux klan values, david duke values, donald trump values are not american values. >> there are supporters and you know this, there are some supporters of donald trump and mike pence who david duke, for example, some other white nationalists would fit into that category of deplorables, right? >> well, as i told you the last time i was on, i'm not really sure why the media keeps dropping david duke's name. donald trump has denounced david duke repeatedly. we don't want his support and we don't want the support of people who think like him. >> you call him a deplorable. >> not in the name calling business, wolf. you note me better than that. what hillary clinton -- >> so you saw there. mike pence declining to call david duke deplorable. simone, would you advise tim kaine to continue that line during this debate, to push the line that donald trump has supporters like david duke and these kkk values? >> yes, definitely.
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i think it's a line that strikes a cord with the democratic base and also is ringing in the ear of those moderate republicans that don't like a candidate that is perceived as bigoted or racist. i would also encourage senator kaine, which i noi he's going do, stand on his experience as a civil rights attorney and mike pence recently said something along the lines of there's been a lot of conversation about institutional bias and racism and we should stop talking about it. i can expect tim kaine to directly attack that line that governor pence said and talk about how, no, no we need to address these issues systematically and that's what's wrong with this republican ticket and larger places republican party. >> scotty, governor pence has declined to call david duke deplorable despite the urging of some in his own party. do you expect him to continue that? >> i don't think i'm going to apologize or i don't think they'll apologize for not using the words of hillary clinton
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camp. we can call it disgusting, we can call it something we don't want every other word but we're not going to use this word that unfortunately hillary clinton decided to call millions and millions of good, honest, hard-working americans. we don't get into the name calling business. as you saw by those two clips, victor, mike pence is classy. on the other side was lit earl lu once again just another throwing mud at the wall, seeing what's going to stick. of course they'll bring up racism. that's the only charge they have. they continue to present problems but never out of -- >> seem to be having a bit of a problem with the signal there from scotty. let me come to you, simone. we know a little bit about how these two candidates are prepping. we know that attorney and agent bob barnet is playing pence in kaine's preps. what do you know about how this is going down? is this the same way of preparation, the same form of hillary clinton and what do we know about bob barnett.
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>> senator kaine is doing some mock debate prep. he is prepping not om for microphone issues but also some policy things. governor pence is unlike his republican running mate, donald trump, in the vain that governor pence has been a senator. he has -- he knows policy. so while they differ on issues, governor pence is a consummate professional, a political profish that doe if you will. so senator kaine is brushing up on policy, on some of the passings, governor pence has said and supported. >> simone, thank you so much and our apologies to scotty. something is wrong with her signal there. we know wisconsin governor scott walker is playing tim kaine in pence's preparations. thank you. up next, a real mystery in paradise. two sisters found dead in their room at a luxury resort off the coast of africa. here is the thing, there were no
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well, police in southern california are releasing new video of a fatal officer-involved shooting of an unarmed black man. i want to give you a heads-up here, it's disturbing to see. so here we go. [ bleep ], back up.
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>> this was in el cajon, california, one offer firing four shots, another deploying his taser. the police say the man pulled out a vaping device and pointed it at officers. no decision has been made thus far on whether to file criminal charges against the officers. new information this morning for you, too, into the death of two american sisters vacationing in africa. autopsies reveal robin and annie korkki both died of excess fluid in their lungs. >> the women were found dead in the luxury hotel room in se shels off the coast of eastern africa. here is rosa flores with their story. >> reporter: loving sisters, best friends who wanted to experience life to the fullest. that's how robin and annie korkki are being described, two women who died in mysterious circumstances while on the vacation of a life time in
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seychelles. police say hotel workers at the maia resort found the two minnesota natives unresponsive in the luxury villa on september 22nd. robin a commodity traders and younger sister annie administrative assistant at j.p. chase, arrived to maia on september 15th. local police say the women appeared to be so intoxicated the night before they died that hotel staff had to assist the pair to their villa. it would be the last time they were seen alive. a preliminary autopsy report revealed both women's cause of death to be fluid in their lungs, a condition known as pulmonary pulmonary adeem ma.
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toxicology reports are pending and the police investigation is on going. in a place known for its beauty and serenity, described by annie korkki as the best place ever. family members face the somber task of bringing their loved ones back to the u.s. on their final journey home. rosa flores, cnn, chicago. also this morning, wells fargo may be in trouble again, this time for allegedly improperly repossessing cars that were owned by members of the military. we have details on that just ahead. plus a new season, a new trump for saturday night live. a look at the new set of laughs in late night tv. that's coming up. woah! you're not taking these. hey, hey, hey! you're not taking those. woah, woah! you're not taking that. come with me. you're not taking that. you're not taking that. you're not taking that.
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♪ hope it's a nice lee surely saturday morning for you. we're grateful to have you with us. i'm kristie paul. >> i'm victor blackwell. donald trump is in battleground pennsylvania today. it is a must-win state in his path to the white house. he's got a few scenarios here, pennsylvania is a big part of each of them. now, this is happening as his campaign is wrapping up attacks on hillary clinton, telling the new york city times this -- she's nasty, but i can be nastier. threatening to bring up her husband's sex scandals. >> in the meantime, trump's polls are down after a less than stellar performance at the eba it. he is trailing hillary clinton in a new fox poll, 43% for clinton, 40% for trump. really when you add in the margin of error, that's a tie. also in three other polls released this week, he's down a bit. well, the late night comedy shows are pulling out the big
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guns, of course they do this as we get closer to the elections. "saturday night live" set to unveil alec baldwin as their new donald trump. the idea coming from tina fey. senior media correspondent and host of reliable sources brian stelt zer has reports for us. >> live from new york, it's almost saturday night. as "snl" prepares to raise the curtain on its 42nd season. this year snl actually pushed its season opener until after the first debate. now the sketch everyone is waiting for could help shape the narrative of this election. will there be trump sniffles? vigorous chugging of water? jokes like that can breakthrough in a powerful way. >> these things go to define people and inform them.
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comedy could be the key to winning this election. >> left-leaning late night hosts like seth meyers and system b. are ratcheting up their jokes. >> hillary clinton used a secret device to boost her pay to play performance and we have a picture of it right here. >> don't snort your way through the debate like john pierre truffle pig. >> pointed comedy can turn off some viewer. >> i'm aware that that probably happens. >> but it impresses other viewers. during elections years, people need to laugh. some past snl impressions are unforgettable like tina fey playing sarah palin. >> i can see russia from my house. >> and will ferrell's george w. bush. >> strategiry. the portrayal of al gore as stiff was devastating. >> i would put it in what i call
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a lock box. >> and who can forget chevy chase as a bumbling gerald ford. >> no problem. >> last year mckinnen's clinton election helped win her an emmy. >> i cannot wait to be your next president, if i'm elected, of course, not getting ahead of myself in public. in private i've been president for 15 years. >> and darrell hammond took on -- >> jeb, you're a lightweight. i know for a fact that you pee sitting down. >> both candidates appeared on the show, something we could see again later this season. but tonight political junkies are eagerly awaiting snl's take on the first debate. to see if they can once again make their mark on the nation's psyche. brian setter, cnn new york. i saw you chuckling, how can you not, when you see some of
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those clips. i wanted to ask you, you said late night comedians, quote, have a moral obligation to highlight the darker elements of trump's candidacy. you're saying even comedians have to hold politicians accountable. is there not room for an outlet to just laugh? >> sure. and when i say comedians van obligation to go through and kmeedically vet donald trump, comically. they have to be funny, period. snl has to be funny, period. within that, the highest form of comedy is when you're making people laugh and informing them. snl is great at that. donald trump is not the normal candidate. this is my point. quote in the article on politico is about that. i wouldn't say the same thing about mitt romney and john mccain that comedians get out there, vet this guy. donald trump is trafficking in sexism, bigotry and racism. i'm being objective here, not
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partisan. some people don't watch the news. people should watch you and victor every saturday and sunday, but not everyone does that. >> thank you. i appreciate that. >> that's the point. comedy can reach people. comedy can reach people who don't watch the news and learn more about donald trump and they might see from little glimpses here and there and might not know his history in this campaign. >> there was a big dustup about jimmy fallon and the fact that it was just a fun segment with donald trump, but do they not serve -- do segments like that not serve the public in some way? you see a candidate's witt and ability to laugh at themselves, you see their ability to improve. >> you can. i like jimmy fallon, one of the nicest guys, one of the most talented people ever. there is a place at that. jimmy is so talent head can still be funny and endearing as jimmy is and challenge trump here and there. i don't mean turn the tonight
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show into meet the press at all with jimmy fallon. raise a few of the issues people not turned into this election, especially younger people, he seems like a reasonable candidate. you have to know what donald trump is really about. that's the point comedians can reach people who wouldn't go to a lecture or watch a serious news program. that's why hillary clinton went off between ferns, zach gal fa knack is last week. it reaches younger people. >> saturday night live as you talk about that subject -- saturday night live does have a lot of influence what people think if they don't get their news from general sources online. in fact, let's take a look at this. >> and i can see russia from my house. >> how deeply can snl impersonations infiltrate our minds? >> who said i can see russia from my house. >> sarah palin. >> sarah palin. >> sarah palin. >> tina fey, she didn't say that. >> how much do you think
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comedians can influence somebody's vote? >> i think comedians we control the entire election. it's all about the realities is comedians can only heighten. we cannot create the reality that we thought sarah palin was uninformed. it that line resonated because it was truthful. >> more than truthful, it's not exactly what sarah palin said. >> right. but at that point sarah palin had said things about putin and he sticks his head out. using these glib little sound bites. it resonated. if you were to flip the narrative of a candidate, we don't have the power to change the entire narrative of a candidate. it's funny because it resonates about truthful. it's truth that's slightly heightened. i hope we see snl do it. i hope late night comedians do more of it. you see kim mel and seth doing it. it's fabulous stuff, fabulous.
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samantha b. doing fabulous stuff. >> darrell is pretty darn spot on, is he not? >> i worked with darrell for many years. he is great. i worked there when alec baldwin hosted and did a tony bennett. alec baldwin is a progressive voice, add this where he is coming from plus his skill set where he can do many, many impressions you haven't seen on air. i think it will be great. it will potentially get under donald trump's skin. let's not forget, donald trump had taunted people in the past for jokes about him. he might go affleck bald win the way he went after alicia ma chad doe. that's the perfect point. it's comedy plus it's talking about donald trump's sexist history and it's important for voters who haven't tuned in to learn. do you want that? if you do, it's your choice. at least know about it. >> kate does a great job with hillary clinton. it goes both ways. dean, always good to see you.
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when he got news that his car was going to be repossessed. cnn walks us through that. >> dennis singleton was a soldier preparing to go to afghanistan in 2013. that same year wells fargo had repossessed his car. it was against the law, but wells fargo did it any way. and singleton wasn't alone. the department of justice has charged wells fargo with illegally repossessing 413 vehicles owned by members of the military. 413. as a result, wells fargo has been fined $24 million, but singleton never got his car back, received no compensation and his credit was destroyed. wells fargo told cnn money that it reached out to singleton but it hasn't heard back from him. it's just the latest scandal for a bank embroiled in controversy. there's also the up to 2 million
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this is a life saving moment out of syria. a baby girl pulled from the rubble. you see there blood and the dirt caking her hair. look at the man who rescued her in the white helmet. >> can we drop -- there we go. >> overcome with emotion when he sees that he is alive, she's breathing. >> look at him. this is just an example of the war in syria, one of the challenges, the many challenges that the next president here in our country is going to face. look at that. little baby. she is crying. she is alive. you can hear him speaking to her and crying for her. it's so emotional, but again
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just one of those issues our president will face. now the cia director john brennan is warning america's enemies are plotting to take advantage of this upcoming election. here is cnn's barbara starr. >> reporter: north korea's march towards a nuclear weapon that could attack the u.s. is now one of the cia's top intelligence concerns for the next president of the united states. >> these are things that the new national security team, the new president and his or her advisers are going to have to deal with from day one. >> in his extraordinarily condition dad interview with john brennan revealed the spy agency already is identifying a number of immediate threats the next president is likely to confront. >> from the very beginning the north korean young leader is going to try and do things that will cause turmoil in a new administration. >> reporter: north korea tops the list. the u.s. doesn't know what kim
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jong-un will do. a new president must be prepared for sudden move from kim even within hours of taking office. >> that's something that the new team and the current team is looking at very, very closely and will need to be able to address. >> hillary clinton and donald trump already have received initial intelligence briefings and have teams planning for transition. but the morning after the election the new president elect will start to be told about what is called the crown jewels. the most sensitive intelligence about america's enemies. on the list, isis. in fau wea few weeks they are ed to be under way. isis leader abu backer abbaghdad di is still at large and threaten the west, but away from the battlefield, worries about a so-called pearl harbor level cyberattack that could take down the nation's financial networks.
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and then there is russian leader vladimir putin. will putin try to take advantage of a new president? >> i don't think putin will. i know he will. >> president obama's most senior intelligence adviser with a warning about the next few months. >> in this upcoming transition will happen at a particularly, i think, difficult time. as we're facing the most complex and diverse array of goal threats that i've seen in my 53 yearsover so in the intel business. >> north korea remains one of the most critical issues for a new president. the u.s. has little intelligence about the secretive regime and its very unpredictable leader kim jong-un. >> barbara starr reporting, thank you so much. let's shift gears and talk about sports. just hours away from the biggest college football weekend of the season. excited, ready?
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scored the first 30 points of the game, crushed the cardinal, 44-6. washington 5-0 first time since 1992 when they made it to the rose bowl. you have number 8 wisconsin going to face michigan. kickoff 3:30 p.m. eastern for that. another big one the night cap, 8:00 p.m. clashup, current front-runner heisman hopeful lamar jackson taking on clemson tigers. last weekend the baseball regular season and tell you what, san francisco giants not in the mood to mess around. a fan ran on the field during the fourth inning of their game during the dodgers last night. he was offering the player some sort of object. angel pagan having none of it. he holds him until security is able to get there. pagan said afterwards, it's scary when fans run on the field. you don't know what they're going to do. he wanted end the guy's run and get the game going. >> at least the guy wasn't naked. >> wasn't streaking. i don't know if pagan would have gone for the body slam in that
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instance. >> don't know if i would have reached out. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for staying with us this morning. that's it for us this hour. we'll see you back here at 10:00 a.m. >> don't go anywhere, smerconish is with you right now. ♪ ♪ i'm michael smerconish, happy october from philly. 38 days until it's over. here is where things stand. she got the bump. hillary clinton pulls ahead nationally and in swing states florida, michigan and new hampshire, but her margin of victory is still smaller than that of the libertarian vote. speaking of which, without being on the debate stage, the libertarian party picks up endorsements from major newspapers in chicago and detroit. i'll talk to vp nominee bill weld. clinton is also getting surprising endorsements from


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